Patchy frost possible Wednesday morning
Highs back to the 60s and 70s to end the week as our dry weather continues
QUAD CITIES, Iowa/Ill. (KWQC) -- YOUR FIRST ALERT FORECAST FROM CHIEF METEOROLOGIST ERIK MAITLAND:
***FROST ADVISORY FOR TV6 VIEWING AREA FROM MIDNIGHT TO 8AM WEDNESDAY***
Our early Fall weather continues with what could be our first taste of frost for the season as a result of clear overnight skies and calm conditions leading
to morning lows in the 30s! Patchy frost will be possible, especially in low-lying areas, so if you have new or sensitive plants that you’d like to save you’ll
have to cover them up if you can’t bring them inside. Mostly sunny skies will follow for Wednesday into early next week. Clear skies Wednesday night could lead
to another patchy frost. As far as temperatures are concerned highs will stay in the 60s through Thursday before we return to 70s into early next week. Mainly
calm weather is expected but we’ll keep an eye on Hurricane Ian to see if it affects our regional weather. At this point, it’s likely to reinforce the high
pressure over the area now that is resulting in our beautiful weather pattern.
TONIGHT: MOSTLY CLEAR AND CHILLY. PATCHY FROST POSSIBLE. LOW: 36°. WIND: N - 5
WEDNESDAY: MOSTLY SUNNY. HIGH: 61°. WIND: N/NE 5-10
THURSDAY: MOSTLY SUNNY. HIGH: 67°
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